CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT OF 1994

CHILD SUPPORT RECOVERY ACT OF 1994

Child Support Recovery Act of 1994. A statute that made it a federal offense for a person to willfully fail to pay past-due child support for a child who lived in another state. ? This Act has been replaced by the Deadbeat Parents Punishment Act. 42 USCA ¡ì 228. See DEADBEAT PARENTS PUNISHMENT ACT.
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